Easy Chicken Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
This is definitely not heart healthy; but it sure is comfort food. Here are my changes: I sauted chopped onions and celery in 2 T. of butter before adding the other ingredients. I also added frozen peas to make it a one pot dish; and to make it even more unhealthy, I added some cheese. For the topping, I used 1/2 cup crushed crackers and 1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs
This dish is one of my favorites! It's great to eat when you're not feeling well or when you have lots of people over for a family dinner. Definitely a good dish!
This was an easy way to use leftover chicken. I substituted cream of mushroom soup because that's all I had in the pantry. Served it over rice & everyone enjoyed it.
My father-in-law likes bland, so this is a good recipe for him. I add some chopped leftover spaghetti and cheese to make an easy meal. I make a smaller batch for just the 2 of us when I have a little leftover chicken.
Wonderfully tasty recipe and easy enough for my 12 year old daughter and I to make together! Used lemon pepper and fresh parmesian w/the crushed butter crackers. Rice would be wonderful, but couldn't convince my egg noodle loving family!
This is a very easy recipe and very delicious! The only thing I did different was I put a layer of rice underneath the chicken mix and I used saltines as that is all I had on hand. I added the rice under before baking so the rice would absorb some of the flavor. Very good flavor!
This has become a go-to comfort dish recipe over the years. Great served over rice or egg noodles!
I ran across this in my Taste of Home magazine years ago and tried it out. It's been a huge hit at family gatherings and food days at work. There are never any leftovers!
My family ate every bit of this. The changes I made were to add some dried parsley to the mix for color and instead of the crackers I used fried onions on top, like the kind you use for green bean casserole at Thanksgiving. Turned out great.
My family eat every bit of this. The changes I made were to add some dried parsley to the mix for color and instead of the crackers I used fried onions on top, like the kind you use for green beans casserole at Thanksgiving. Turned out great.